Mr Robert Taylor
Robert graduated from Grey College, Durham University in June 2008 with an LL.B. He also graduated with an M.Jur in January 2011 having completed a thesis on the extent to which the Human Rights Act 1998 amounted to a bill of rights for Britain under the supervision of Professor Helen Fenwick and Mr Roger Masterman. Since October 2009, Robert has been researching for his Ph.D on British Constitutionalism under the supervision of Mr Roger Masterman and Professor Gavin Phillipson. He has also spent the past three years tutoring in Commercial Law.
Robert's current research is on the theory and application of the different models of constitutionalism to some of the Britain's major constitutional tenets and characteristics.
Human Rights Centre
UK Constitutional Law
- Domestic and Comparative Constitutional Law
- Constitutional Legal History
- Administrative Law
- Human Rights Law
- Taylor, R.B. (2011), Complementary Constitutionalism: Sovereignty and Accountability under the British Constitution, WG Hart legal Workshop. London, England, Institute of Advanced Legal Study, University of London.
- Taylor, R.B. (2010), The Meaning of Constitutionalism: Reconciling the Legal and the Political Constitutions, Human Rights Centre Postgraduate Conference. Durham, England, Durham Law School, University of Durham.